The $800,000 A Year Hooker Who ‘Was Hired By Goldman Sachs Banker To Sleep With A Middle Eastern Client’

The prostitute who was allegedly hired by a Goldman Sachs banker to sleep with a Middle Eastern client has been identified as a 25-year-old Russian who earns £500,000 a year.

The hooker, known only as Michella, is said to have been booked by Goldman Sachs executive Youssef Kabbaj in a bid to impress a Libyan investor before securing a deal.

An advert for her online reads: ‘I have sexy shapes and great appetite for naughty games.’

She featured in a High Court case this week where the Libyan investment Authority is claiming £846million from Goldman Sachs after a series of disastrous trades made in 2008.

It claims Goldman abused a relationship of trust and took advantage of ‘naïve and vulnerable’ funds officials to persuade them to invest.

It was alleged in court that Mr Kabbaj paid for his contact Haitem Zarti to fly business class to Dubai, put him up at a five-star hotel and paid £425 for a night with two women.

He was under pressure to impress Mr Zarti’s older brother Mustafa, a senior official with the Gaddafi-era Libyan Investment Authority (LIA), the High Court heard.

One of those women was named as Michella, and there is only one sex worker by that name in Dubai at the time, according to the Sun.

She charges the same rates as were quoted in court and advertises herself as ‘an appealing young lady.’

An online advert on an escort website read: ‘I am Michella, very appealing young lady.

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‘I am often complimented I am very beautiful with angelic smile.

‘I have amazing refined body with sexy shapes.

‘I am tender, very passionate and I am, guilty of having great appetite for naughty games.

‘I love romantic and sensual dates, unforgettable moments, hours full of passion where all fantasies become real.’

Last night Michella was approached by a reporter for the Sun who showed her a pictured of Mr Kabbaj.

She said: ‘Even if we met I don’t remember what happened eight years ago.

‘I have five clients every day so you can count how many it is for eight years.’

In a statement earlier this week Mr Kabbaj said: ‘Goldman Sachs or myself never paid for any LIA employee any improper entertainment.

‘At the time of the event, I was one out of 5,000 vice-presidents of the firm.

‘All my expenses relating to LIA have been reimbursed and signed off by at least two Goldman Sachs partners.

‘I am under a strong confidentiality agreement but I expect Goldman Sachs to correct the facts and protect my reputation.’

Goldman Sachs denies wrongdoing. The case continues.

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